June 24, 2008 | Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment 

Workspace with Uncle Curtis

at my workspace with uncle curtis

post-it note, 3×3″ - red pen


self skull portrait

self skull portrait

post-it note, 3×3″ - red pen, pencil

COME TO THIS THING ((sat 6.28.08))

June 21, 2008 | Filed Under art, fantastic weekend, happening | Leave a Comment 

WonderRoot June Art Show flyer  –  WR myspace – WR flickr

my drawings  –  i wrote a statement

  :::: my drawings ARE  $30 each, or pick 4 for $100 :::::
a real bargain!


June 17, 2008 | Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment 

solstice moon illusion tomorrow at sunset (wednesday june 18, 08)

here’s what nasa says about it


June 13, 2008 | Filed Under art, job responsibilities | Leave a Comment 

ship to ship


post-it note, 3×3″ - pen



June 13, 2008 | Filed Under fantastic weekend, happening | Leave a Comment 


our friends’ band Bear in Heaven plays the EARL tomorrow night - saturday 6.14.

Come on and be there, and bring your so-called “friends”

we’ll have a big time.  



June 5, 2008 | Filed Under fantastic weekend, get outta here | 3 Comments 

who wants some juice?

Perdido Bay, Alabama - May 2008

(click for Flickr)


June 5, 2008 | Filed Under art, job responsibilities, seen | Leave a Comment 

on a walk


post-it note, 3×3″ - pen, highlighter

there is a stretch on durant place where the sidewalk is canopied by a series of low hanging trees that are fully filled out with early summer green.  i’ve gotten into the habit of looking straight up as I walk under them on my way home from the park in the late afternoon or early evening, and it really is a pretty visually interesting experiment.  there are layers of really close leaves with really far away leaves moving behind them… 3D!  and then the huge trees beyond that make the sky look pixelated.  i saw a bird’s nest.  it makes me feel like a camera in a movie.  it also makes me remember how beautiful it is out there.  ((in the world.))

drew this at work, in anticipation of a long walk after work.  now i’m home, and going.



June 4, 2008 | Filed Under big ideas, mysterious | 1 Comment 

isn’t the “description of the weird dream i had last night” one of the most annoying blog posts possible?  

the answer is no, it’s very funny and interesting.  listen:

i had the wildest dream last night!  I dreamt that my whole family and I were at an amusement park, disney world style.  we went on the “Finding Nemo” ride, which was kinda like the old-school pirates of the caribbean, in that you’re in a dark room with water… but there was no boat, you just waded into this waist deep water, and there were frozen fish floating around that would thaw out and come back to life and swim around.  I recall the “object of the game of the ride” was to try to find nemo… so we were lookin everywhere…

and we found ourselves in a room with GIANT maps covering the walls and tables.  we were seriously trying to plan a search for Nemo.  Admiral Adama from Battlestar Galactica was there, angrily squinting at the maps.  He said, “How in hell are we supposed to know whether Nemo is in Paris, the Island of Hawaii or Paris, the Island of Iran?”  I remember thinking to myself… hmm, i knew about Paris, Texas, but I had no idea there were others, too… but I looked at the maps, and sure enough.  Then one of Adama’s assistants piped up, pointing at a new map, “Sir, for all we know, he could also be in Paris, the Island of Labrador.”  This made the Admiral mad and he pounded on the table and said, “Dammit!”

Then we were at my Aunt’s house, but it had been redecorated to look like one of those huge party-barge boats from the 70s.  there was wood paneling everywhere and doors that slid into the walls.  interestingly, my aunt’s house really has those kinds of doors in real life.  after a while, we actually were on a party-barge.  i looked out over the railing, and saw another boat docked nearby.  it was full of middle aged nudists.  a couple of the nudists came over to our boat and offered to help us search for Nemo.  We were reluctant to accept their naked help, but we did because they knew the sea.